I remember this video from when I was elementary school. This was insane...it was not like anything else that they played on daytime MTV (you had to watch Ricky Rachtman on Headbanger's Ball to get past the swarms of NKOTB and Debbie Gibson garbage).
For months now this site has been neglected. Hell, blogs themselves have become neglected since their rise in popularity because of the influx of Instagram accounts (nice buy, Facebook). Because of that, I guess the idea of a blog being a cool thing is kind of on it's way out the door. What do I know, I can't believe I can make it this far, since I have trouble even turning on a computer some days.
I started this site nearly 5 years ago with the intention of it being an outlet for my random pictures and a chalk board for the ideas in my head. Since then things changed from this to that, it grew and shrank, it became something else and then that something dwindled. People come and go and your ideals change over time, but that doesn't mean that you can't get back to basics.
Thanks to all of the people who looked at the site over the nearly 5 years and please continue to read if you find my rantings entertaining. I've got a Pan build that I'll be diving head first into this winter and I plan on upgrading a lot at my home shop before next summer. Maybe I'll do some other t-shirts to sell or give away or set on fire...who knows?
In the meantime, here are some recent stolen pics that I think show some tastefully done, in their own respect, motorcycles.
Trust no one. All things eventually come to pass.
Every once in a while an album comes out that kinda reanimates your passion for a particular kind of music. I love stoner doom and have for years, but I've found myself dwindling on music recently because of the lack of things that really make me feel that thing that soothes the savage beast. The new Down is good enough, but nothing too droning or cathartic that makes me get lost in it. I managed to get a digital copy of Shrinebuilder's live in Belgium 20 minute montage, and the live Yob album is something of greatness, but nothing has really transcended my expectations otherwise.
Until this came out last week. Holy. Shit.